Regional assignment of the gene for diphtheria toxin sensitivity using subchromosomal fragments in microcell hybrids

@article{Hayes2004RegionalAO,
  title={Regional assignment of the gene for diphtheria toxin sensitivity using subchromosomal fragments in microcell hybrids},
  author={H{\'e}l{\'e}ne C. Hayes and Yasufumi Kaneda and Tsuyoshi Uchida and Yoshio Okada},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={2004},
  volume={96},
  pages={26-32}
}
Human x mouse microcell hybrids resistant to G418 were constructed between mouse hepatoma cells and human x mouse whole cell hybrids containing only intact human chromosome 5 and 22 with an integrated neor-gene. Among these, microcell hybrid BG15 produced four subclones, BG15-4, BG15-6, BG15-7 and BG15-9, which contained variously sized complements of human chromosome 5. BG15-6 contained an intact human chromosome 5, BG15-7 a deleted human chromosome 5 (5pter-q22) and BG15-4 and BG15-9 a… 

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